All That Ever Mattered

Episodes

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First in a four-part

I history of Scottish music, presented by Mark Goodier. This week: from rock 'n' roll and Lonnie

Donegan to the 60s.

Producer Stewart Cruickshank

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Presented By: Mark Goodier.

Producer: Stewart Cruickshank

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Scot rock 70s-style is the subject of tonight's documentary tracing the history of Scottish music.

From heavy rock with bands like Nazareth and White

Trash, through tartan pop to Scotland's contribution to punk, most notably from Simple Minds. Presented by Mark Goodier.

Producer Stewart Cruickshank

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The post-punk era provided Scotland with one of its most successful periods for cutting edge music. Simple Minds moved on to international success, and groups like Orange Juice and Aztec Camera flew the flag for Scotland at home. In the later 80s, indie rock took hold; and there's the story of Wet Wet Wet. Producer Stewart Cruickshank

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Producer: Stewart Cruickshank

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The final part concentrates on new directions in Scottish rock music - dance, rave and techno.

There are interviews and music from the Shamen,

One Dove, TTF, Fini Tribe and Slam. Also a look at the ones that got away, including Annie Lennox. Producer Stewart Cruickshank

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Unknown: Annie Lennox.

Producer: Stewart Cruickshank